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Andrea Corey, VP product development, Nudge.ai was one of the founding developers at marketing automation firm Eloqua. Now she's working with a new Toronto-based startup to solve the problem of understanding relationships between companies. After receiving inspiration to challenge...
Blue J Legal account manager Adam Wells explains what his startup does and how it uses AI to solve client problems in six minutes or less at Toronto event IDC Directions 2019. The company was built on the idea of...
We got a chance to speak with Dell EMC's new Canadian channel chief and the co-founders of Liquid Media Group, an integrated global studio based in Vancouver, on Day 3 of Dell Technologies World.
Dell Technologies did what it does best on Day 2 of its flagship event, and that's talk about hardware.Executives took the stage to highlight new Latitude laptops, new server and storage devices, as well as some important updates to its hyperconverged lineup.
Dell Technologies is changing, and day 1 of its annual Dell Technologies World event in Las Vegas was all about those changes.
The 2016 mega-acquisition of EMC by Dell Technologies for $67 billion affected 145,000 employees and created the world's largest private IT vendor. Kevin Connolly was tapped to take on the president role of Dell EMC Canada and help implement...
Driving while tired can be extremely dangerous, which is why Ford made the SleepSuit to simulate the feeling of drowsiness behind the wheel. Thank you for turning into ITWC, let’s take a look at what it’s all about. The SleepSuit...
Have you ever tried lifting a watermelon over your head 4,600 times in one day? Created by Ekso Bionics in partnership with Ford, the EksoVest is a leader in wearable technology and the latest example of Ford’s commitment to...
Walking to your car only to realize you’ve left your keys behind produces unneeded frustrations on a busy workday. To solve that problem, Lincoln is looking to tack your car keys into smartphones. ITWC went to the Canadian International...
IBM Q System One is “The world’s first fully integrated universal computing system,” according to Big Blue. Its purpose is to get quantum computing out of the research lab and into a commercial environment. Since 2017, IBM has been working...